‘Today, we Aboriginal people of Arnhem land are responsible for our land.  We control our future and our destiny, as we did for tens of thousands of years before the Europeans came.

But it hasn’t always been like this, since the arrival of the first foreigners we Aboriginal people have had to fight for our survival, our culture and our rights’.

Gatjil Djerrkur, Arnhem land Yolngu Elder (1949 – 2004)